About the showCome hear the music play at the famous Kit Kat Club, as Cabaret beckons you into its beguiling world. This dazzling revival of Kander and Ebb’s iconic musical is a one-of-a-kind theatrical experience at the Playhouse Theatre.
The enigmatic Emcee is your host for the evening, as Sally Bowles steps up to perform at the famous, hedonistic Kit Kat Club in Berlin. But while the drinks flow freely and the spirit is liberal inside, outside there is suspicion and unrest as the Nazi Party becomes more powerful.
Featuring iconic songs “Willkommen”, “Mein Herr”, “Maybe This Time” and “Money”, Cabaret is one of the most popular and successful musicals of all time.
For this bold immersive production, the Playhouse Theatre has been strikingly renovated as the Kit Kat Club, with pre-show entertainment in the lobby and an in-the-round auditorium experience. Audiences will feel completely swept up in the breathless excitement of Cabaret from the moment they step inside.
Until 11 February, Matthew Gent and Emily Benjamin star as the Emcee and Sally Bowles. John McCrea (Everybody’s Talking About Jamie and Aimee Lou Wood (Sex Education) assume the lead roles on 13 February.
Director Rebecca Frecknall’s (Summer and Smoke) exhilarating production won the Olivier Award for Best Revival of a Musical in 2022. Her vision is brought to spectacular life with choreography by Julia Cheng and sumptuous, evocative sets and costumes by Tom Scutt.
Leave your troubles outside with tickets to one of the West End’s most talked-about shows. Cabaret is an unforgettable display of heart, humour, decadence and subversion at the Playhouse Theatre.
Who Should See It?Cabaret is an absolutely unique show for theatregoers of all stripes who want to mark their visit to London with a big-budget, dramatic show that everyone is talking about. Whether you are a fan of the Liza Minnelli film and curious about how it looks and sounds on stage, or just after an unforgettable night out, this show is the perfect choice.
Please note the appearance of any performer cannot be guaranteed, and is always subject to illness, injury and statutory holiday entitlement. Buy tickets
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15th Nov 2021
6th Feb 2023
16th Dec 2023
2 hours 45 minutes (including an interval)
Best for age 13+. The venue recommends that under 13s not attend the Kit Kat Club.